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  • GONDWANA UNIVERSITY, GADCHIROLI Four Year Degree Course in the Faculty of Science & Technology

    Course and Examination Scheme with Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from 2019-20 onwards V Semester B.E. (Mining Engineering)V Semester B.E. (Mining Engineering)

    Course Code Course Title

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Hours per

    week No. of

    Credits

    Theory Laboratory

    L T P Duration of Paper (Hrs.)

    Max. Marks ESE

    Max. Marks Total Min. Passing Marks

    Max. Marks

    TW

    Max. Marks POE

    Total Min. Passing Marks

    Sessional MSE IE

    5BEMN01 Mine Climate Engineering

    4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- -- Engineering

    5BEMN02 Drilling & Blasting Engineering

    4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- --

    5BEMN03 Mine Surveying - II 4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- -- 5BEMN04 Mining

    Machinery - II 4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- --

    5BEMN05 Rock Mechanics 3 1 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- -- 5BEMN06 Elective-I 4 0 0 3 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- --

    Laboratory 5BEMN07 Mine Climate

    Engineering 0 0 2 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 25 25 50 25

    5BEMN08 Mine Surveying - II 0 0 2 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 25 25 50 25

    5BEMN09 Mining Machinery - II

    0 0 2 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 25 25 50 25

    5BEMN10 Rock Mechanics 0 0 2 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 25 25 50 25 Total 23 1 8 -- -- -- 600 -- -- -- 200 --

    Semester Total 32 27 800 Note : 1) Elective I :- 1) Mine Supports 2) Advanced Mining Geology 3) Object Oriented Programming using C++ (Select any one).Note : 1) Elective I :- 1) Mine Supports 2) Advanced Mining Geology 3) Object Oriented Programming using C++ (Select any one). Student has to undergo Practical Training at mines for four week (one month) duration during winter vacation.

  • GONDWANA UNIVERSITY, GADCHIROLI Four Year Degree Course in the Faculty of Science & Technology

    Course and Examination Scheme with Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from 2019-20 onwards Course and Examination Scheme with Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from 2019-20 onwards VI Semester B.E. (Mining Engineering)

    Course Code Course Title

    Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Hours per

    week No. of

    Credits

    Theory Laboratory

    L T P Duration of Paper (Hrs.)

    Max. Marks ESE

    Max. Marks Total Min. Passing Marks

    Max. Marks

    TW

    Max. Marks POE

    Total Min. Passing Marks

    Sessional MSE IEMSE IE

    6BEMN01 Mine Rescue Engineering

    4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- --

    6BEMN02 Underground Coal Mining

    4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- --

    6BEMN03 Surface Mining 4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- --

    6BEMN04 Mineral Processing Technology

    4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- --

    6BEMN05 Elective -II 4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- --6BEMN05 Elective -II 4 0 0 4 3 80 10 10 100 40 -- -- -- --

    Laboratory 6BEMN06 Mine Rescue

    Engineering 0 0 2 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 25 25 50 25

    6BEMN07 Mineral Processing Technology

    0 0 2 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 25 25 50 25

    6BEMN08 Training in Mines 0 0 0 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- 50 -- 50 25 Total 20 0 4 -- -- -- 500 -- -- -- 150 --Total 20 0 4 -- -- -- 500 -- -- -- 150 --

    Semester Total 24 24 650 Note : 1) Elective-II – 1) Underground Metalliferous Mining 2) Advanced Mine Surveying 3) Industrial Engineering (Select any one). 2) Student has to undergo Practical Training at mines for four week (one month) duration during summer vacation.

  • V Semester B. E. (Mining Engineering)

    Course Code: 5BEMN01 Course Title: Mine Climate Engineering

    Course Scheme Evaluation Scheme (Theory)

    Lecture Tutorial Practical Periods/week Credits Duration of paper, hrs MSE IE ESE Total

    4 0 0 4 4 3 10 10 80 100

    Unit Contents Hour s

    I Composition of Mine Atmosphere: Mine gases – sources, properties, effects 9 and detection; sampling and analysis of mine air, methane content; methane drainage; methane layering; flame safety lamp and its uses; methanometers; radon gas and its daughter products; continuous monitoring of gases.

    II Heat and humidity: Source of heat in mines; effects of heat and humidity; 9 psychrometry, kata thermometer; heat stress, air-conditioning. Natural ventilation: Seasonal variations, calculation of NVP from air densities and thermodynamic principles.

    III Air Flow through Mine Openings: Laws of flow, resistance of air ways, 9 equivalent orifice, distribution of air, flow control devices,; ventilation surveys, permissible air velocities in different types of workings, standard of ventilation.ventilation.

    IV Mechanical Ventilation: Types of mine fans; theory; characteristics and 9 suitability of fans; selection; fans in series and parallel; forcing and exhaust configurations, reversal of flow; fan drifts, diffusers, evasees, booster fan, Auxiliary ventilation.

    V Ventilation planning: Planning of ventilation system and economic 9 consideration; ventilation layout for mining of coal and ore deposits; calculation of air quantity of air required for ventilating a mine; calculation of total mine head; network analysis principles and computer applications, ventilation of deep mines-U/G & open pit, Ventilation cost calculation.

    Total 45

    Text and Reference Book/s:

    1. Mine Environment and Ventilation by G B Mishra 2. Mine Ventilation by Prof S P Banerjee 3. Numericals on Mine Ventilation by L C Kaku

  • V Semester B. E. (Mining Engineering)

    Course Code: 5BEMN02 Course Title: Drilling & Blasting Engineering

    Course Scheme Evaluation Scheme (Theory)

    Lecture Tutorial Practical Periods/week Credits Duration of paper, hrs MSE IE ESE Total

    4 0 0 4 4 3 10 10 80 100

    Unit Contents Hrs I Drilling: Definition, need, classification, drillability and selection of drilling 9

    system, Percussive drilling - mechanics, required vertical thrust and RPM, Indexing, penetration rate etc. Rotary drilling - Mechanics, torque required and estimation of applied thrust, Rotary-percussive drilling - mechanics, torque required, applied axial thrust. Thermal drilling and other types of novel drilling methods with concepts. Factors affecting performance of drilling system, operating parameters etc. Bits: types of bits, construction and application, bit wear, Economics of drilling system.

    II Explosives: Definition, classification, composition, properties and various 9 Tests on explosives Detonator: Need, classification, construction, Delay element, firing sequence, fuse, detonating cord, relay, nonel, shocktube, electronic detonators, Blasting accessories, exploders, circuit tester, etc.

    III Blasting: Mechanism of blasting- solid blasting, cut blasting and bench 9III Blasting: Mechanism of blasting- solid blasting, cut blasting and bench 9 blasting, blasting pattern and design of blast round in underground coal mines, opencast, drifts, stopes, raise, winze, shaft, tunnel, etc. Secondary blasting methods.

    IV Bulk transportation of explosive, storage and explosives (magazine), blasting 9 in fiery seam, blasting under special conditions, deep hole blasting, environmental effects of blasting and their preventive measures.

    V Characteristics of good blast, blast performance, evaluation technique, 9 controlled blasting techniques, cast blasting, blast simulation studies, misfire, dealing with misfire, blownout shot, blownthrough shot.

    Total 45

    Text and Reference Book/s: 1. Principles and Practices of Modern Coal Mining by R D Singh, New Age Int. (P) Ltd., New

    Delhi 2. Surface Blast Design by C.J.Konya & E.J.Walter, Prentice Hall Publications 3. Explosives and Blasting Practices in Mines by Dr S K Das, Lovely Prakashan, Dhanbad 4. Principles of Rock Drilling by U.M.Rao Karanam and B.Misra, Oxford & IBH Co Pub. Ltd.,

    New Delhi 5. Surface Mining by G B Mishra, Dhanbad Publishers 6. SME Mining Engineering Handbook by H.L.Hartman (Editor), Soc. For Mining,

    Metallurgy and Exploration Inc., Co.

    7. Rock Breakage by Blasting by M.I. Petrosyan, Overseas Books Syndicate, Dhanbad

  • V Semester B. E. (Mining Engineering)

    Course Code: 5BEMN03 Course Title: Mine Surveying - II

    Course Scheme Evaluation Scheme (Theory)

    Lecture Tutorial Practical Periods/week Credits Duration of paper, hrs MSE IE ESE Total

    4 0 0 4 4 3 10 10 80 100

    Unit Contents Hour s

    I Control Surveys: Triangulation; classification; reconnaissance, measurement, 9 procedure for angles and base-line; triliteration; introduction to GPS and its application in mine surveying.

    II Correlation: Methods of correlation-direct traversing in inclined shaft, 9 correlation in vertical, single and two shafts

    III Development surveys: Setting a point of known coordinate, control of 9 direction and gradients in drifts, tunnels, raises and winzes; application of lasers Problems of underground traversing Stope surveying: Purpose, methods of survey in moderately and steeply inclined ore bodies, flat and vertical ore bodies/seams.inclined ore bodies, flat and vertical ore bodies/seams.

    IV Photogrammetry: Principles of photogrammetry and its elements, orientation 9 of photographs, finding height and distance of ground points from photographs, scale of vertical photographs, photographs versus maps, application of photogrammetry in mining.

    V Introduc